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The cause exists in the blood, In
what causes inflammation of the
It is therefore impossible to cure
the disease by local applications.
It is positively dangerous to neglect
it. because it always affects the stom
ach and deranges the general health,
and is lik:!y to develop into consump
tion Many havo Won radically and permanently
cured by I! od's Sarsaparilla. It cleanses the
blood and Las a peculiar alterative and tonic
nect. R. Ione. C alifornia Junction. Iowa,
writes: "I had catarrh three years, lost my
appetite ai.il could not sleep. My head pained
me and I M bad all over. I took Hood'a
Sarsaparihs ic-.d now hare a cood appetite,
aieep well, nad have no symptoms of catarrh."
copal church of Prescott. will be pre
sented to the League at a special ser
vice Sunday evening the service be
ginning at S o'clock.
A. A. Moore of Walnut Grove, is
paying Prescott a business visit to
day. He gives a generally good ac
count of industrial affairs in that sac
tion. speaking handsomely of mining
The shooting cutting and slugging
epidemic is not an exclusive Prescott
1 A.! Al .J T
nrndiiciiim mcse u,i. n oii n , , . c , ,
to the front daih with a big miscel- d his face becomes rosy and
Oil for the
Give them oil cod-liver oil.
It's curious to see the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret
ful child, and he laughs. Give
it to the pale, anaemic child,
full of health. Take
lancoUs batch of "event .
The Epyvorth Leaguers . of the chestC(J child, or a child
gtoooora r.piscopai aim jinmwwi ....
FlwutiMMl Church South, the Baptist has stopped growing, give him
lOODg I copies union and tne v nns
tiau Endeavor societv of the Cougre
gational church will have their quar
Prescott hotel Anson E Cahoon,
Washington; C' M MeXlanus, Phe
nix; Dan McGlone, J A Curlee,
Mayer; .Max Baer, Arthur Kay, Den
ver; Martin Gonzales, Pheuix.
Hotel Burke H E Streeter, St.
Louis; Geo D Stateson, Chicago; H
Blauvelt. Cash mine; Mrs J L Davis,
Val Verde; C O Easou, city; Thos
Briukmeyer's hotel E H Willard.
Wickenbug; John Brady, McCabe; B
Opei. Grass Vallev, Cal; John Mars,
I Agua Fria; John Brophey; M Scheaf,
! Agua Fria.
A barrel of Ixul Ijoozo has evideutly
strayed into town, and the present
spots on the moon will not disapicar
the oil, and he will grow bio- until the uuid is dauned down to the
and strong like the rest,
Hoot; 'a Sarsaparilia
Promises to cure and keeps the prom
ise. It !3 better not to put off treat
ment bjy Hcod's today
WENDESDAV S DAILY
Frank Mulrein. the plumler re-
.turned last night from a visit of sev- ;
ral week at his home in Los Ange
J. M. Greeu. a citizen of the Big
Bug section, is in Prescott tiansaet
A game of Iwscball will lie played
next Sunday between a ninecoiujxised
of white boys and a nine of colored
twisters. Money is alieady up on the
result and a lively content is looked
This is not a new scheme.
It has been done for years.
Of course you must use the
is the one,
looks nor tastes like oil because ; far it is good
, ,-ri : i this should U
a.L sv, .ouviug H. Jen fruit, and
Send for free sample.
' SCOTT & ltOWNK, Chemists. 409 PeaM St., N. V
got and 91 oo; al druggists.
terlv union meeting at the Congrega
ml church Sunday evening at 6:30.
Geo. White, who was shot in the
stomach Wednesday night by Town
send, died this morning at the county
hospital, as a result of the bullet
wound. Johnson, another victim of
the bullet in the same tragedy, has a j
badly lettered foot and will be a;
cripple for life.
A gang of Mexicans are encamped
mtfa of town in the neks and last '
night a fusillade of bullets and pleasant to take.
i i.- f - u.w,l ;.. i
lUICdlSUI , !l I .1 Ll , IH U UrAlU 111
that locality. They have been en
deavoring to run the town and when
under the influence of mescal are
lioisterons and devilish.
mn McGlone. who m the earlv
days of. San Francisco journalism
used to run with the machine, and for
telling the truth with his pen in a
versatile way was barred from the
profession, is in town today from Big
Bug district. Mr. McGlone is now
engaged in mining, is a reliable and
Prescott hotel arrivals. Sent. 3- .1 i" it 7. .i :' i!V--j " t... 'competent authority on matters luci-
W Smith, Octave; J F Sclutvre. ' cV"n in tlhV Hbenll,-V
Phenix; Max J Alwens. Maxton; j W tRmsact,onj- ln tnt nunwu ld,ml-v- investing money that he did not make
Thurber. Williams; C P Traylor. ' Nicholas Moll was arrested this 1 m a printing office.
Wickenburg: J Watson Hall. Phenix: morning and charges of insanity were ! Qne of the largest cattle deals that
A E Cahoon. Washington. tiled against him. He attempted to ha ve been put through in the terri-
ureaK into me ranroau noiei umiaing torv in nianv vears. has just leeu
this morning for the purpose, he said, j consummated bv Hon. K. G. Bnidv
of opening up an ice cream parlor iniof this city. "Mr. Brady passed
time to serve patrons on the train due j through Tucson on No. 10" on Sun-
nere at iu:.i. r or some wme ne nas (lay morning in company with two
been employed by restaurants as a I other large cattle buyers, all on their
pastry cook in this city. His insanity
is of a harmless character and he
wants to go to New York to see his
sweetheart, whom he left behind over
ten years ago. He will prolrably go
to Pheuix first.
E." prize banner for
presented to the cp
The "E. O. C
Arizona will !
'worth League of the Methodist Epis
1 copal church. Marina street. Sunday
! evening. There will lx a special ser
vice ot music and song by the orches
tra and choir.
The streets of Prescott have enjoyed
traditional fame as lieing pared with
gout, solar as this ix-iiet goe
We bettBTe though,
implemented by gol
is an exemplification
ot the fact
There it no poison so h ighly contagions,
ao deceptire and so destructive. Don't bt
too sure you are cured because all external
Bigns of the disease have disappeared, and
the doctor says you are well. Many per
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
Potash for months or years, and pro
nounced cured to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
. .. driven from the
anw "opera umo. mrfatnW,ll i
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have been infected by this loath
some disease, for no other poison is so
surely transmitted from parent to child
as this. Often a bad case of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an olil sore or ulcer developing in middle
life, can be traced to blood poison con-
frTeady S!n of tH3 PTOnt.
life, for it remains smoldering in the sys
tem forever, unless properly treated and
driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is
the only antidote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it and drive it out of the blood, and
We have on hand, all the time, veg
etables suitable for mining camps.
All orders promptly attended to, at (
F. H. Baldwin's, successor to F. E j
Have you seen those
waists at Mrs. Blaine's?
Those famous little pills, DeWitt's
Little Early I Risers compel your liver
and bowels to do their duty, thus give
ing you pure, rich blood to recuperate
your bouv. Are easy to take. Never
griie Brisley Drug Co. W. W.
it doe this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to emoarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
cures Contagious Blood
Poison in any and all
stages; contains no
that we can grow this
.round, and dig it out
to embarrass or hu
Fresh, pure candies, the best cigar
and tobaccos, notions, etc.,at Moden's
DR. HARTZELL, DENTIST,
No headache if you drink at Kear
For bottle or flask choice whiskey
go to Karuey's. tf
Drink Heekin's "Magnolia" Coffee.
For Sale by The Bashford-Burmister
DR. F. M. METZGAFJ. DENTIST,
COOK BUILDING, PUESCOTT.
PHON E 259. tf
ruder thia heading will he found Mis
cellaneous Advertising. such as House and
Rooms for Rent. For Sale. Lot and Kound.
Situations Wanted. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
WANTED -HOUSES AND ROOMS.
Wanted. Large, cool, furnished
room. Address P. O. box 230, city.
Wherever wind, weather and surfs heat
most severely try a hat Roelofs Fine Hats
are best known and most generally worn.
Made of finest Nutria and Beaver Furs
will last longer than any other. Color never
fades. Made in all modish shapes and fash
ionable colors, t Sold by dealers everywhere.
HENRY H. ROELOFS & CO., Philadelphia.
HOUSES AND ROOMS TO RENT
Barn for rent at No. 206 North
! Granite St. Accommodation for two
animals. Terms very reasonable. t
Any person desiring comiertuM
rooms will please call on Miss Mav
For rent, three room furnished
house. Inquire at 425 Beach Avenue.
Dr. McGinuiss. the county physi
eian. is having a volume of business !
lately, and is one officer of the count y
who draws his salary conscientiously. ,
Between beaten eraueums, wounded
patients. examining insane patientsand
generally administering to a score of
ailing wards, he certainly has his j
below as well. The kindly act of
Mrs. B. H. Smith in presenting this
office as well as many friends with
the product of several vines which
she has reared to produce the finest
grapee ever grown in
prooi mat the sou oi tins section is i
prolific if for nothing else than fruit
growing. The grapes in question
were produced in the yard of her resi
dence within the corporate limits of
the city, and if there is any lietter
article produced, or of a more luscious
taste or flavor, the horticultural
training of many in this city have
been sadlv neglected.
your constitution : it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
t the same time builds up the general
Our little book on contagious blood
noison is the most eomnlete and instmr-
inv rountrv is uve ever issued; it not only tells all
Hethcrington's assay office is locat- "
ed one door south of the Western I
mineral to break down 1 L'niou telegraph olliee. east of plaza. "The Largest and
Call and see Mrs. Blaine's stock of I
spring millinery. tf
about this disease, but also how to cure
yourself at home. It is frae and should
be in the hands of everyone seeking
cure. Send for it
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA. GA.
The Elks have taken entire charge
of Evansville. Indiana, aid have an
attractive street fair in successful
operation, including an up-to-date
midway anda bioscope. Liugand Mor
rison should have been prevailed on
to help the brethern out, there, as
they are certainly versatile people in
"pushing along a good thing."'
A dispatch from Peoria. Ill, savs
that Charles D. Clarke, head of the
great distilling firm of Clarke Bros.
& Co.. isdead. Mr. Clarke is a broth
er of Edward M. Clarke of New
Haven. Conn, who is at present oper
ating mines on Groom crack at the
point where the new town oi Groom
City is located.
Geo. U. Young of Williams, who
has alwndoued the journalistic quill
for the mining pick, is again in Pres
cott. to look after his interests in the
hills near this city. He feels very en
thusiastic over the future of the min
ing industry, and incidentally says
that Prescott has a prosperous out
look ahead, all due to the mining
back bone of the adjacent country.
Superintendent of Schools Jolly
In connection with the attempted
assassination of President McKinley
and tin-disguising of the gun under
a handkerchief recalls an "old trick
of the trade" which was played in
Col. A. J. Doran has returned from
a jaunt to the coast, where he saw
many sights to interest him. He be
came disgusted, however, with the
size of the pacific, saying it is too big
an article for the average Hassa
yamper to run into "all of a sudden."
Frank Kliner. who five or six years
ago was associated with Herman i was incurable
Try Moden for a glass of deliciou
ice cream soda. There is nothin '
nicer in the city. tf
The Congress House, under Mrs.
Ed Creelnian's management, is one of
the most popular hotel's,"! Prescott.
Nice rooms, newly fittetl up. the best
table Iward and pleasant and courte
ous treatment are the inducements at
the Congress House. Try it. 7 23tf.
Eczema, saitrheum. tetter, chafing
vy poisoning and all skin tortures
w quickly cured by DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Ban. The certain pile cure.
Brisley Drug Co. and W. W. Ross.
The doctors told me my couch
has Minute Cough
That is Newj
Groceries and Mining Supplies
Shelf and Heavy Hardware,
ALL KINDS OF
way to Denver. He has contracted
for 12.000 head of cattle for next
year, with rattle men of California.
tne early days ot the twrder anu in a
certain dispute in Prescott would !
have lx"cu successfully plaved had i
not the cartridge missed fire. The
particular case was that wherein two
men named Heeves aud Jim Moon.
lxth from the "headwaters of Bitter
creek." came together on Montezuma j Mrs. E. W. Wells and family will
street. Reeves sauntered up the ! leive tomorrow for an extended trip.
oge. unuer the-nrm name Kliuer &' Cure made me a well man." Xorris
oge. arrived last night from Albu- Silver, Forth Stradford. X. H. Be
querque on a visit. Mr. Kliner notes j cause you've not found relief from a
with a great deal of satisfaction the j stubborn cough, don't despair. One
changed appearance of Prescott of i Minute Cough Cure has cure! thou
old. and feels elated over the future sand and it will cure you. Safe and
prospects of the town. j ..re. V. W. Ifoss anil Brisley Drug
A Mexican appeared lefore the
Uiard of supervisors tiidav and ask...! street. lieeves sauntered in the leave tomorrow tor an extended trip, i Hether.iiL'ton s assay otiice is locat-,
"On the Firiug Line" had another ' for county aid and some court plaster ' street with a handkerchief in his j Her two daughters. Misses Gertie and , ed one door north of Boss's drug
brace of devotees last evening on j to close up a badlv shattered cranium, : hand, without any coat on and to all Irene, will enter a seminary at St. I store, east of plaza. 8-22-tf 1
t'ortez street, in an exhibition of chair which he "said he" received earlv this apiiearances was unarmed. though ex-1 Louis. Frank goes to Golden. Colo- Hethf.rin.rt,,,, s iss-,.- ik ;
throwing accomplishments. The ac- j morning down in the Stockade addi- '' peeling trouble at any moment. ! do. to take a course in the mining between the Western Union tele-tor-
were two chocolate eotond "gem -I tiou. He said he was but "poco" full j He soon ran into Moon and after a I school at that place, while Elmer will .. um,.e :nil IJoss' dni" store
men." and the' charge on San Juan of 40-rod lightning, but inqurv as short exchange of words. Moon made ! R to the City of Mexico on business. of v.y.. fuLfcf
inn .i! i lame aucm iTjuijj.n.iott-o . . pj me person could onng tortn noth- e io puii a gun, wneu uuick as -" nwwmjuui m-, uuaumu m
A little later two white booze fighters iur more from him than he thought a flash. Reeves drops his handkerchief he cast aud Iwth expect to le absent
got at it on Montezuma street, but he had run into a pile driver. His
were separated. The coloring of this head was patched up and he went n
atmosphere is gettiug so decidedly the hospital.
Tvl? .f, 1;at;hV,tfthf"r-:P:,rteIr, fiUl1S Mrs. Mary Bowen left this morning
it diftcult to "hot foot it to all parts for CWel.md- 0hi0i whert. she wifj
of the town at once. .Mead a meeting of the National
The regeneration of the plaza has i Women's Relief Corps, an auxilliary
commenced, and it is indeed gratify- society of the Grand Army. Mrs:.
ing to know that the spirit of the day j Bowen is the first lady in Arizona
is sanctioned and fostered by the w,o has ever been accorded the t.leas-
has concluded the quarterly examina- lard of supervisors to a man. and in i ure and distinction
which the amiable clerk of the lxard the entire
J. H. BoHaaon. figures conspicuously Igatherin
m the good work, lhe work now
leing done and the projected beauti
fying of the desirable tract, should
ie encouraged until the old scenes
are wiped out entirely.
iu of applicants for school certifi
cates and reports have been forward
ed to headquarters. Among those
who have applied for certificates of
the first grade are Misses Bah Wil
son, Mattie Parker. Maine Thompson,
Bessie Hatz and Messrs ITnldri and
Hill. Miss Grace Showers made ap
plication for a second grade certifi
cate. The Methodist Episcopal Sunday
school held their annual picnic at
Granite Dells. Monday. By train
and teams about 225 of the Sunday
School and friends took advantage
of a beautiful da v and had a most en
joyable time. Beating, swimming,
wading, games and baseball were;
among the sports of the day. The
gjting ma greatly enjoyed by tiie
children as well as the older folk.
Sam F. Webb aud J. O. Dunbar
are preparing to publish a complete
history of Arizona, covering the en- j
tire period from the formation of ter- i
ritorial government down to the pres- 4 kissing bug is on exhibition at an
ent date. For the past fourteen : up towu st ore. of vour mouth,
months they have leen collecting ; girls.
data and the book will be out 111
The bishop of Tucson has issued a
circular letter to all nienilers of the
catholic diocese to assist the Sisters
of St. Joseph in collecting sufficient
funds throughout the territory to re
build the oqilian asylum recently
partially destroyed by fire in Tucson.
The bishop also appeals to the pub
lic iu general to give assistance to
this most commendable institution.
The asylum is open to orphans from
all over the territory and it is to be
hoped that the sisters will receive
some good solid assistance from Pres
cott and the county.
seven months. These gentUmei,
have lived a quarter of a century ii
Arizona, lxthjhave been actively con
nected with public affairs, so they
are thoroughly equipped for the
work. The early history of Arizona
should le preserved aud the only
wonder is thai; the task has not been
undertaken long ago. Enteprise.
Mrs. Harding, an unfortunate
woman, who has leeu confined at the
court house for several days on a
charge of insanity, will prolwb'y be
released from custody this evening,
the parties who preferred charges be
ing somewhat derelict to "face the
music," as it were, in personally ap
pearing. She has a very bad attack
of religion, and yesterday informed
the attaches of the sheriff's office that
Christmas had agaiu come arouud
John H. Bagby and Mrs. Bagby
left this morning for a two mouths
visit to the San Jacinto Hot Springs
The l uion saloon changed pro
prietors agaiu today. H. K. McDon
ald retiring and Castouguay A Nei
mou taking charge.
John Shopke left this morning for
Rix-hester. N. Y., where he will enter
a Baptist theological school to pre
pare himself for the ministry.
It is said that Cresceus, the king
trotter of the American turf, will in a
few days pass through Ash Fork en
route to California.
An arrival in P wo tt from Pheuix
states that Salt nvcr raises water
melons that weigh over fifty pounds.
Bv the time thev reach Flagstaff thev
aud that Carrie Nation was uuques-1 will weigii a hundred and wear whis-
tionablv an arch angel ai.d would
eventually triumph on her cru-ade.
It may be possible that Mrs. Balding
w hen released will also develop into a
first class saloon smasher and m recker.
if she is mentally balanced enough to
carry out the coinage of her convic
tions. Burt Mpssman. captain of the Ari
zona Rangers, arrived in Phenix on
this morning's train from the south.
In reply to an inquiry regarding the
personnel of the company of rangers,
he said ho was unable to make the
same public. Aliout the tenth f
September they would open tempo
rary headquarters at Bisbce and only
after a thorough test of his ineu
would the sergeants and privates be
chosen. The rumor that Ed Scar
borough would lie sergeant of the
company he referred to as being with
out the least foundation iu the world.
Mr. Mossman will return to Bisbee
tomorrow night. Enterprise.
Dr. J. R. Walls moved into his line
new residence on Mt. Vernon avenue
today. This Ijeautiful residence has
just been completed after several
mouths work, and is an ideal home in
every BBapaet, being large, convenient
and substantial and construct-d of
brick with st oiii- foundation and
basement. It practically three
stories, having a lartre basement
which contains the kitchen, dining
room, store rooms, etc., on the first
floor will ! the parlors, reception
rooms, liviiiir ; . I ! 1 mm, ete..
while the second stor ' ill contain
handsome t-li;l -'in- a:id will le
i.illhrd table, ca'ii
. :(.. when- a phaa-
:: - ie -;nnt. Dr.
:..:-.! ulaied tor his
tt. designing so com
posing a home and
hes he mav live
Sam Beck left today for the Mc
Nulty mine, south of Prescott. to ac
cept a position on lhat pmperi , . He
is a good miner and can WtwfactOrfty
fill auy position tendered him.
Just about this time of year a regu
lar line up of evil victims takes place
for the coming grand jury to dissect.
If the belligerent element keeps up
its lick, the old time county courts
should le revived.
The city council has refused to '
consider the jietitiou of several peo
ple, a-king for the removal of female
singers from sakMM, It is now in
onier lor tne gins to revive ine oug,
"I don't know why I love kw," etc.
Rev. Brewer, geueral missionary
and corresponding secretary of Home
Mission lianl for Arizona aud New-
Mexico will preach at the iiaptist
territory at this uotable
and it is useless to sav she
duly appreciates this considerate ac
tion. She is a zealous and earnest
worker in this order and will well
represent the Arizona cause.
Ben Morgan, one of Tombstone's
attorneys, is over from the old mining
center. He says the town is Ix'ing
made more habitable for business,
the old stands having been recon
structed for occupancy. Progress on
the new work projected under the re
organization is very marked and bv
degrees the forces are being increased. ;
Tucson Citizen. The. name of Bern
Morgan will lie familiarly and pleas
antly recalled by many people of
long ago and who still reside in Pres
cott. He was a leading member of j
the bar in Prescott aud became well
known as a hard fighter for his
clients. His worst failing was iu be
ing elected to the legislature from
Yavapai inside of a year's residence.
! That misstep can never be over-,
At a meeting of the M. E. Ladies
Aid society yesterday afternoon, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuing year: Mrs. J. C. Mather,
president: Mrs. H. H. Cartter. -Mrs.
Van Houtum and Mrs. J. M. Watts,
vice presidents; Mrs. Hooper, secre
tary; Mrs. J. M. Watts, treasurer.
1 lie ladies nave had a very prosjier
ous aud beneficial year that has jnst
passed, and will le able to start the ;
cusuiug year with prospects of doing ;
much more good work. There have
been many kind and loving acts per
formed by this splendid organization
which were never known by anyone
but them and those whom they have
President Parker has been a
the head of the University of Arizona
for four years, having been brought
from a college at Pasadena. CU. He
is a cousin by marriage of General
Nelson E. Miles. Prof. Parker has
leen removed by the regents.
and pulls rhe trigger of the gun that
was hidden underneath. The load
missed fire and the combatants were
separated. The would be assassin of
the president has evidently l)eena de
votee of yellow backed dime novel
literature, and from the tricky device
he used yesterday to accomplish his
heinous end. got his cue from that
literary channel, which is raising a
big crop of criminals everywhere in
the nation, and especially so among
the younger element, who desire to
pose as '"bad" men.
E. M. Sanford returned last night
from a professional visit to Kingman
Mr. Granville Norris of Arkansas is
Uw guest of his brother, Mr. T. G. I
Wagner and David G.
Proauotl visitors today.
Dr. Purnian of Phenix, pas-d
through Prescott last night en route
home from ,1 visit east.
B. Mader returned from
a vacation iu Southern
Fred Sattes will again
business in Prescott. His latest innvi
since coming back from San Fran
cisco where he went not to stay
to liecotne associated with Pete Cas
tonguay and together they will pre
side over the attains of the
cellar. Both gentlemen are irood pro
viders of 1 leverages, know how to run
a I house aud we liespeak for them
good treatment from the public.
The funeral of the late Geo. White,
the unfortunate colored man who was
murdered recently in this city, oc
curred Saturday, Rev. Lewis officia
ting at the services. A trio of his
male friends discoursed music at the
grave, and a large number of people
followed the remains to their last
home. The deceased lore an excel
lent name among all. and his tragic
death is very much deplored.
"I wish to truthfully state to you
and the readers of these few lines that
your Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is with
W out quest ion, the l)est and only cure
for dyspepsia that I have ever come
-' 4 - and
Mrs Jeaniiette Levy. Mrs. J. J.
Hawkins, and Miss Lilah Hawkins
returned last evening from spending
the summer in Southern California.
Sherman House A W West, Je
rome: John Curran, Fred Brumkich.
T W Glasgow, Black canyon.
Brinkmever hotel T Dean, Mrs
Harding, city: Mrs M E Smith. E P
Wilson. Phenix; Grant Carter. Kirk
land; Jesse Martin, Frank Kleiner,
Mr. and Mrs. Sterling P. Thomp
son have returned from Wickenburg
and have taken a house on Alarcon
Mrs. Wm. A. Drake will leave for
Pueblo. Colo., to remain a month,
when she will return to Prescott for,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kirkland and
son returned to Kirkland valley on
last night's tra'n from Los Angeles,
where they have been spending the '
E. B. Gage was one of the north
bound passengers Thursday morning
011 his way home from Phenix. Mr.
Gage said that work at the Tomb
stone mines was progressing very well,
the -haft at present being down about
1 337 feet. No crosscutting to the old
workings has been done as yet, but j
three shifts are being run on the I
main shaft and they are working as
many men as cau be used to advan-
... m, 1 ... J i,.. r;-
lJe railroad would lc built to Tomb- ' '1 TP stomach
stone. News-Herald. Wickenburg.
f m contact with aud I have used many j
18 other preparations." JoLn Beam, j
s' West Middlesex. Pa. No preparation I
equals Kodol Dyspepsia Cure as it I
"" contains all the natural digestants. It
will digest all kinds of food and cau t
help but do you good. Bnsley Drug '
Co. W. W. Ross.
Ring up 59 for Iresh vegetables of !
all kinds promptly delivered. F. H. !
Baldwin successor to F. E. Jones, tf
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve should
b promptly applied to cuts, burns
aud scalds. It sooths and quickly j
lieaN the injured part. There are
worthless counterfeits, be sure and
get DeWitt's. Brisley Drug Co. W.
Supply your Sunday table with a
box of Huyler's. R. H. Burrnister
Jk Sons Co. sole agents.
For a delicious, cooling drink of
Oda, ice cream soda, any flavor go to ;
the Imperial ice cream parlors. tf j
Our Dry Goods Department.
We Solicit Inspection of Styles, Qualities and Prices..?'.
Berries and cream at the Imperial,
ice cream parlors. tf
Mrs. A. Y. Kautz antl her two
daughters are sjiending a few days at
Deanesboro with Airs. Judge De.me.
On Tuesday Mi-s Kautz will start on
a trip to the Grand Canyon, to le
joined by Miss Hudson. Later she
will visit Mrs. Dr. Perrin of Williams.
Mrs. Hesla's mother arrived last
evening from Chicago, to remain
some time with her daughter.
You can never cure dyspepsia by '
dieting. What your Ixxlv needs is j
good food properly digested. Then
will not digest it.
Tiwlol r)vst,erisi:i I 'lire will Tt e, tn -
tains all of the natural digestants,
hence must digest every class of food
and so prejiare it that nature can use i
it in nourishing the Ixwly and replac
ing the wasted tissues, thus giving
life, health, strength, ambition, pure
blood and good healthv appetite.1
Brisley Drug Co. W. W. Ross.
The piles that annoy vou so will le
quickly aud permanently healed if
you use DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
Beware of worthless counterfeits.
Mail Orders Will Have
Our Best Attention.
J '1 Islllhl .
GENT'S . FURNISHINGS!
BOOTS AND SHOES FOR EVERYBODY.
Mrs. H. B. Long and Mrs. Malott Co w w
from Denvt r.
ia Block will
r letcher will receive their Ineuds in
formally Tuesday afternoon from 3 to
5. Mrs. Fletcher will leave the fol
lowing day for her home in Indian- j
Rev. H. B. Long will preach at
usual hours tomorrow at Congrega
tional church. At the evening service
return i he will give the first of a series of ser-!
even- nion lectures. 'A Story in Biog-1
raphy" will be the subject.
A bad complexion generally results,
from inactive liver and bowels. Tn
such cases, DeWitt's Little Early
Brisley Drug Co.
W. W. Ross.
Caledoniau coal, the best in the
market, for sale by F. C. Paine, agent
in Prescott. Onler vour coal now for
the winter tf.
W E Bt Y SHOES FOR
The Young Peoples' Societies of I Prescott Hotel. C W Piatt Kirk
the different churches held a union land; EC Lane. Los Angeles; Lee
service in the Congregational church 1 Brizzee. Mesa; J L Sutter, Sewanee.
last evening which was lanrelv at-i Tenn; C O Sparks. Herudon. Kan: L
Phenix had a first class Kansas
' cyclone on Thursday. A big ware
house was unroofed and considerable
other damage resulted.
The onlv applicants for examina-
tion frtr teaehers' lirt,si If7ir ( lamtw
church Sunday moruing aud evening, j School Superintendent N. J. Laytou
v "I ' - last Monpay were Mrs. Carrie Austin
The Christian ESaoWvor societies of f this city, aud Miss Maliel Mattoon.
the different churches will hold awfcoUl Waufc the public
union meeting at (':.'() p. in. Sunday
evening at the Congregational church.
and dies.- ;. !,.
our can a
ilk to !h- ,
lortalile an! nn;
the Journal kliner w e
long to enj it
T:;i KSDAY'S DAILY
An eh erly gentleman made the re
mark ve-tenia v ia the hearing of a
reporter that Prescott has J0O kid
who ha' not made S3 apiece in three
y a rs'.
The c i v council has for the seeoud
time det idi-d that the saloon singer
must slay. .Some -ople feel like
hoisting ne lag at half mast.
The prize haaaar for Arizona Ep
worth Leaguers, won by the Ep
woith League of the Methodist Epis-
An interesting program lias peen ar
ranged and a large attendance is ex
pected. From a financial standpoint it is a
haid guess whether the bepefits re- ;
ceived by the city and county from
the Stoekade district are eiiouyh to'
offset the criminal expense to be met
when the most trivial cases get going
through the endles- tube of justice.
The foghorn blo.vsoff this morning
thusly: "The Courier behaves that if
there are charges on file iu Washing
ton agaiusi Judge Street, that they
are of Murphy origin. Charges from
such a source are almost proof con
elusive that the official objected to is
doing his who'e duty."
Bilfy Greenwood, whose priucijKil
failing is his good looks and extreme
modesty on feminine affairs, leaves
tomorrow on a matrimonial hunting
exedition and intends to take in
Canada during his afeaeaoi and also
Miss - .
There are several gentlemen in
town who intended to pay a visit to
the exhibition at Buffalo this month,
lint telegrams have beep received
lately that it was snowing in that sc
tion of the country and the intended
isitwill ! put off until the St.
Louis exposition starts up its ma
chinery in 1903.
teuiliti. An interesting program was
Miss H. D. Ross will arrive home
Sept. 21. after spending six months in
Mrs. Malott Fletcher will receive
, for friends with Mrs. EL B. Long, at
the parsonage Tuesday afternoon
fnmi S to .". informally, previous to
; her departure for her home in Indian
, apolis. Iml. No invitations have been
Fourteen car fouls of steel for the
Hell's canyon bridge has arrived and
the work of building the structure
will soon begin.
C. R. Leonard of the Octave Miu
iug company Hit III IMMl from a visit
i east last night.
I John Khrwaggeo of Jerome was iu
town today making final proof on his
1 w 1 1 I I 1
Maine. Mrs. Austin holds a license -Leonard, the woold-be murderer of
to teach, aud has U'en employed to 1 Allen, up to date has successfully
eluded ins pursuers, novwiinstanuuig
the diligence of officers to block every
outside avenue of escape. There are
The Normal school Ixwrd
pointed Chaplain Wiufiehl
member of the board of
school visitors to fill the
canned by the death of Mr.
Znck. Republ ica n .
James A. Fleming. wealthy mine
owner of Phenix, has lieen sued for
SoO.OfJO damages by Miss Jessie M.
Graham, alleging that Fleming prom
ised to marry her in 1SH0 aud has
failed to do so. Miss Graham for
merly lived at Butte. Mout.
R Smith. Richenlxir; Jas
Jerome: Fred L Taylor.
field. Iowa; M S Bocaateia, San Fran
cisco; A D Rives, Phenix: M Grider.
Kansas City: J W Thurber. Albu
querqoe; June Freeman, Prescott.
The following is a list of letters re
i maiuiug in the iost office for the week
ending Sept. i. 1901:
AND SERVICE !
SITUATIONS WANTED -HELP WANTED
Wanted -Several persons of char
acter aud good reputation in each
state (one in this county required) to
represent and advertise old establish -
I ed wealthy business house of solid
hnancial standing. salary fis.uu
weekly with expenses additional, all
payable in cash each Wednesday di
rect from head offices. Horse and
carriage furnished when necessary.
References. Enclose self addressed
stamped envelope. Manager, 306
( aton building, Chicago. Sept3x30d
Manager wanted in every large
county to appoint agents for the
famous "Game Cr Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; lawful
everywhere, takes place of all forbid
den slot machines. Rented or sold
on easy payments. Secure territory
quick. Palmer Billiard Table works,
Chicago. Ills. 9-1 to 10-31
Wanted, position as engineer or
hoist man. Can keep in repair and
run any kind of engine. Address
F. L. Thompson, Johnson house,
LOST AND FOUND.
Lost Friday morning on North
Cortez street, near the postoffice, a
purse containing trunk checks, keys,
transportation on the Santa Fe road
and personal papers belonging to
Harriet Hudson. The finder will be
rewarded by returning the same to
office of the Journal-Miner.
$15 reward for one brown horse'
branded G on left hip; weight 1000
pounds, mane cut off, saddle marks.
A. R. Earll, Walker, Ariz.
Get our prices on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions are
guaranteed for twenty years, and are
made by a new vulcanizing process.
Old tables fitted with our cushions
are as good as new; satisfaction guar
anteed or money refunded. See our
advertisement of ''manager wanted"
for lawful slot machines. Palmer
Billiard Table works, Chicago, Ills.
9-1 to lf31
For sale Horses, wagon and har
ness. Horses large draught team
weighing about 1300 each ; new 3$
Shuttler wagon ; harness in good con
dition. Will be sold cheap for cash.
Apply at O. K. store or Betz brick
yard. 8 26-6t
Two good sorrel horses, work either
double or single; will sell cheap for
cash or trade for buggy. Inquire at
first cottage north of Briukmeyer's
A car load of wagons of all kinds,
including farm wagons and spring
wagons, just received.
7 3tf F. G. Brecht.
One thousand pounds of old type
babbitt metal. Will be sold in quan
tities to suit. Apply at Journal-Min
For Sale A second hand three and
one-quarter inch Schuttler wagon, and
a second hand, two horse, platform
spring wagon, cheap. Apply to Pio
neer Transfer company. i-Mt
Incorporated in 1877.
THE OLDEST BANK IN ARIZONA
Authorized Capital, SfMN
Paid Lp Capital, 5MM
Undivided rrofks, 25JH
Average Deposits, 750,000
Hcgo Richards President
E. W. Wellb Vice President
M. B. Hazelttke Cashier
C. A. Peter Assistant Cashier
teach in the Flagstaff public school
but pa-ferred to hold a territorial cer
l i:.e,iie. hence her taking the esami
nation at this time. Flagstaff Gem.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mulvenon left
yesterd:' y for the east aud will visit
the Buffalo exposition. If any stray '
anarchists of the Nieinan type bump
up against "Billy" they will receive a
warm welcome, as his record as an ;
aSaat in lhe early days in Arizona is
of Hich a character as to not permit
anyone to get the "drop" oil him.
Mrs. P. A. Johns will accompany
her daughter Pauliue and sou Birdie
to Tucson on the 12th inst. Miss
PiaKae aad Birdie will go there to
attend the State university and Mrs.
Johns will remain until they are set
tled and thereafter return to Prescott.
Pauline and Birdie will be greatly
mis-etl by friends. We wish tbein
The young peoples' societies of the
churches of Prescott will hold their
regular quarterly UUDj service to
morrow evening al ri:--!0 at the Con
gregational church. An interesting
program has lvn prepared and all
Dwaabenaad Friends are invitil to
Hook and ladder company will
meet tonight. All naaabara are ex
pected to be present. Walter Fields.
, assistant foreman.
While iu Prescott a few days ago
A. A. Moore, of Walnut Grove, lie
came an interested seker after infor
mation as to the early probability of
I the starting of the Val Verde smelter.
I lieing somewhat of a commissioner
from his home section to investigate
aud report on the matter. Mr. Moore
savs that the sooner this plant starts
up the better will it le for the mining
! interests of the Grove and no better
agency does he know of as a factor
to promote the development of the
properties than can lx- accredited to
this reduction works. L'nder present
conditions in all of that section of
this countv, mining remains at a
standstill. " If the Val Verde starts
up, Mr. Moore says there will lx-a
I steady string of ore shipments from
lhat section to Kirkland. by wagons,
and thence to the smelter by rail.
The minim' element are keenly wait
many who Pelieve lie is uarlioreil fojr for the plant to start aud will sup
somewhere within the city and when ! port it liberally.
interest wanes ne win proojioiygo nis
way without "fear or favor.
Monday this week ojxmis up serenely
and unlike the previous one there has
not been even a fistic encounter to
Blooming-! n,!:s-.? ? K"' . .JoT,
lianx-CK. osi .wannan. .urs n a
Bridges. W I) Moore. W A
Beddingtield, O (2) Morgan. Chas F(2)
Marksbury, J I
Cariger. J 2
DeMund. A L
Fife. D H
Green, Mrs Jas Paddock, Ben
Huston. M L Putman. M D C
Hovt, Rena Wice. Mrs Julia
Hofmeister. L H Robinson. MrsC'ry
Hummer. CR Rounseville. Mrs
Herwig.Chas Wi3iStanwood. B F
Benueben, Wm Strods, Frank
Harvev. Mas W If Shank, Stella
HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Jackson. M M
Kuno, Geo W 1 2 1
Kennedy. Jno L)
LoanraocL N F
christen its beginning, Perhaps the
wave has been broken.
J R Harrington arrived yesterday
from the lirailshaw country, and
while here will sample a car
shipment of concentrates from the
Gray Eagle "mine that were run
through the old Tiger mill. Mr.
Harrington pins his faith on that sec
tion of his adoption, and like many
others identified with its mineral life
is a strong advocate of railroad exten
sion to that point.
Hotel Bark H
Hevniuan. Sau Franc
fos Angeles: M W Jones. Kan
Cy; X M Sikes. T J BuelL A Ooid-tx-rg
and wife, Phenix; E C Larux,
Lbs Angeles; B P Panett, Tom
Browna, A C Snmers, J I Chase, San
Frapoiseo; S L Beach, Phenix; John
Kenny, Chaparral; Marion Thomas.
St. Louis; M li Kiley. Minnehaha:
Jas Ooughlin, Clara Monketrick, Ixjs
Sweet cream at the Iai Willi tf
Porter 0B draught at the Palace, tf
A lot of the latest books just re
ceived at Wooster's. 7-26-lw
Genuine imported Bavarian Pilsner
beer on drught at the Palace. tf
Melons on ice at the Imperial ice
Sterry, Judge C X
Stanwotxl. B F
Thomas. F J
Balyano, M Morales, Juan
Costello. Jose Moreno, Juan
Chalees, Fneijson- Pinera, Francisco
ureno ffosada. Jose
Contresas. Rafel (2lSerrano. Juan
Gaafafo) Pose Salozor, Jose Don
Please call for advertis'il letters
J. W. Akers. P. M.
BXK OF CALIFORNIA..
LAIDLAW A CO
FIRST NATION AL BANK
We maintain a fully equipped
Branch Bank at Jerome and
SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ! !
Capital Paid in, $100,000
StrplnsMd Profits, - 50,000
Ffask M. Mi-rphy President
Mokkis flllHIiiH Vice President
Henky Kissley Cashier
C. O. Elus Assistant Cashier
F. M. Ml RPHY.
J. C. Hekxdon,
R. N. Freperickb
E. B. Gage,
The undersigned having purchased
the lnmlier business of A.J. Head.
load cream parlors tf j Prescott. desire to announce to the
Hethcrington's assay office is now public that they will constantly have
door north of Ifoss' drug
co: i: H Knap,
Imperial ice cream parlors in Bash
ford block, Cortez street. tf
For choice wines, liquors and cigars
go to Kearney's jl 1 -tf
Special sale oi colored shirt waists
at 50c each, beginning Thursday,
June 13, at The Bashford-Burmister
Drink Heekin's 'Magnolia" Coffee?
For sale by The Bashford-Burmister
Selected fancy fruits, high grade
candies, linest quality imported and
domestic cigars at Geo B Hrajevich's'
, Dake's building tf
on hand, for sale at wholesale or re
tail, a supply of pine and redwood
lumber, mining timlx-rs and wedges.
We will carry the largest stock of ma- j
terial in our line of any house in Ari
zona, and leanest fully solicit pitron- 1
age of the public,
tf DeMund Lumlier Co.
For side Furnished large tent cot
tage, heavy canvass, gtxxl flooring:
delfohtful location in pines, near city.
Address Bargain. Journal Miner
For Kent Centrally located, fniely
furnished parlor lied rxm; electric
lights: SI'i pr month, includes heat
during winter; permanent tenant
only. Inquire E. J. F. Home.
Fine Watch and Clock Repairing.
Accounts of Individuals, Firms
and Corporations solicited on Fa-
v rable Terms.
All Work Guaranteed. Prices .Toderate. Give Him a Call.
At Covillaud's Drug Store - Postoffice Building.
WHOLESALE DKAI.ER IN
The Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskeys!
fW v 1 I Uai 4 wink- AN!. CMAaa in the nera! Trade.
fgB-Dcairr in W. J, LEMP'S Brewing i mrllT'' Orauhl an.! Bittll Beer.
North Side of P'aza, - - PRESCOTT, ARIZONA.
OTIS Bl ILUINO. PRESCOTT. ARIZ.